REU Internship Opportunity at UC Merced (added March 11, 2015)
Deadline: March 15 (22)
Entitled Applications in Modern Materials (AiMM). We are currently seeking talented undergraduate applicants with backgrounds in chemistry, physics, and/or engineering to participate in summer research with faculty in the Schools of Natural Sciences and Engineering at UC Merced. The ideal candidates for our program would be rising juniors or seniors with an aptitude for creative work.
Tue. Feb 24, 2015, Noon to 5:00, Even Center
Internship Awareness Day (added Feb 6, 2015)
Wed., Feb. 11 from 12-2PM in the Student Union Ballroom.
SpartaJobs (added Feb 10, 2015)
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) programs by NSF (added Feb 3, 2015)
Sometimes the descriptions are not up to date, so, make sure you go to the department webpage that is listed
Pharmacyclics' Summer Internship Program (added Feb 17, 2015)
Contact Autry Liggett: email@example.com
June 15th, 2015 — August 21st, 2015
Pharmacyclics internships take place at our headquarters in Sunnyvale, CA. All internships are paid positions and those who show exceptional work ethic, interest, and productivity may be offered a full-time position upon completion of the program.
Nanotoechnology Network Research Experience for Undergraduates (N-REU) Program (added Feb 1, 2015)
Deadline: February 11, 2015
The Nanotechnology Network REU Program (N-REU) is designed to give undergraduate students an introductory research experience in nanotechnology. This summer a total of approximately 60 students are hosted for a 10 week program, spread across the 11 leading nanotechnology university laboratories. Each student will work on an independent research project within their area of interest, using the advanced resources of our laboratories. Because of the breadth of expertise across these sites, we are able to offer exciting nanotechnology research projects across the spectrum of nanotechnology fields: Electrical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Biology, and Biomedical Engineering. Students take advantage of the streamlined training process that the facilities employ for all its users to become proficient in advanced laboratory practices quickly. Projects are scaled to be challenging yet achievable within the 10 week time frame.
Standards and Technology's (NIST's) Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program (added Feb 1, 2015)
Deadline: February 13, 2015
Applications for participation in the SURF program are accepted only from colleges or universities and not from individual students or faculty. We invite your Office of Sponsored Programs or Grants Office, to prepare a single proposal to the SURF program. (A separate proposal is required for SURF Boulder and SURF Gaithersburg.) This proposal will include a portion completed by an institutional representative and a set of materials provided by each student applicant. An administrative announcement of this Federal Funding Opportunity (FFO) has been posted on both Grants.gov and our program Web site.
Amgen Scholars at CalTech(added Feb 1, 2015)
Deadline: February 14, 2015
Made possible through a 12-year, $50 million commitment from the Amgen Foundation, Amgen Scholars allows undergraduates from across the globe to participate in cutting-edge research opportunities at world-class institutions. 17 leading institutions across the U.S., Europe and Japan currently host the summer program. Undergraduate participants benefit from undertaking a research project under top faculty, being part of a cohort-based experience of seminars and networking events, and taking part in a symposium in their respective region (U.S., Europe or Japan) where they meet their peers, learn about biotechnology, and hear from leading scientists.
APS and IBM co-sponsor two undergraduate research internship programs(added Feb 1, 2015)
Deadline: February 15, 2015
one for undergraduate women and one for underrepresented minorities. The application deadline for both programs is February 15, 2015. The goals of the programs are to encourage women and underrepresented minority undergraduate students to pursue graduate studies in science and engineering. Both internship programs feature salaried positions at IBM research locations that are typically 10 weeks long and provide an opportunity for interns to work closely with an IBM mentor. The undergraduate women internships are at one of three IBM research locations (San Jose, CA, Austin, TX, or Yorktown Heights, NY). The research internships for underrepresented minorities are at IBM Almaden in San Jose, CA.
Kansas State University REU program(added Feb 1, 2015)
Deadline: February 18, 2015
The K-State REU program offers summer fellowships to do world-class research in our friendly physics department in the scenic Flinthills. We are funded by the National Science Foundation.
The Physicists Inspiring the Next Generation (PING) : Exploring the Cosmos with NRAO(added Feb 3, 2015)
Deadline: Feb 28, 2015
is a collaboration between the National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP), the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) and Associated Universities, Inc. (AUI) to expose traditionally underrepresented minorities to science and engineering with a focus on physics and radio-astronomy. The program supports two White House initiatives, My Brother's Keeper which is working to address the education needs of young men of color, and a second effort to promote interest in science among girls. PING 2015: Exploring the Cosmos with NRAO focuses on multiple levels of the physics and astronomy pipeline, and includes a two week summer program designed to expose middle school students to the fields of physics and astronomy at two national facilities (the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, West Virginia and Brookhaven National Lab (BNL) in Upton, New York), and a 10-week summer research program designed to cultivate interest in physics and radio astronomy research for undergraduate students at NRAO and BNL.
NASA Internships(added Feb 1, 2015)
Deadline: March 1, 2015
NASA Internships are educational hands-on traineeships that provide unique NASA-related research and operational experiences for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students as well as educators. These internships integrate participants with career professionals emphasizing mentor-directed, degree-related, real-world task completion. During the internship participants engage in scientific or engineering research, development, and operations activities. In addition, there are non-technical internship opportunities to engage in professional activities which support NASA business and administrative processes. Through these internships, participants leverage NASA's unique mission activities and mentorship to enhance and increase their professional capabilities and clarify their long-term career goals.
BioxFEL Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (BESURE)(added Feb 1, 2015)
Deadline: March 4, 2015
BioxFEL, a National Science and Technology Center, addresses key fundamental questions in biology at the molecular level using a recently-invented x-ray free electron laser (XFEL). This revolutionary new technology will enable researchers to capture biological molecules in atomic detail, view their functional motions by taking brief snapshots, and observe interaction in their native environment. Participate in our cutting-edge BioXFEL Summer Research Internship, which is designed to start you on an exciting adventure, catalyze you interest in discovery, and provide the initial steps for the next generation of scientists. Internship positions are based at the University at Buffalo, Arizona State University, and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
2015 Ron Paul Scholarships(added Feb 1, 2015)
Deadline: March 23, 2015
To be eligible for these scholarships you must be an undergraduate student, or a soon to be undergraduate student, who is passionate about liberty. Students from all majors are encouraged to apply. Our goal with this program is to carry on the legacy of former U.S. Congressman Ron Paul.
Last year we awarded 4 scholarships in the amounts of: $10,000, $5,000, $2,500, and $1,000. We hope to do the same this year.
NASA Aeronautics Scholarship Program(added Feb 1, 2015)
Deadline: March 31, 2015
NASA Aeronautics Scholarship Program is accepting applications from students majoring in aeronautics related fields. Undergraduates with at least two years of study remaining are eligible to receive up to $15,000/year for two years and a summer internship with a $10,000 stipend. Graduate student awards include up to $11,000 in tuition offset, $35,000 stipend/year for two years and a summer internship with a $10,000 stipend. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.
NASA Minority University Research Education Project (MUREP) Scholarship Program(added Feb 1, 2015)
Deadline: March 31, 2015
NASA's Office of Education is accepting applications for the Minority University Research and Education Project, or MUREP, scholarship program. The MUREP Scholarship is a competitive opportunity that focuses on underserved and underrepresented students in STEM disciplines attending a Minority Serving Institutions, MSI. The scholarship in- cludes 75% of tuition up to a $9,000 per academic scholarship, based on tuition amount, and $6,000 for a summer internship.
The UC Berkeley Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Research Center (BSRC) -JRID50567(added Feb 1, 2015)
Deadline: April 15, 2015
The UC Berkeley Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Research Center (BSRC) invites applicants for a postdoctoral scholar research position. An additional appointment at the post-baccalaureate level, Junior Specialist, may be available if an exceptionally qualified candidate is identified. These full time positions are for two or three years with a starting date in early 2015.
LLNL Office of Science Interns (added Feb 1, 2015)
The mission of the Office of Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists (WDTS) is to help ensure that DOE and the Nation have a sustained pipeline of highly skilled and diverse science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workers. This is accomplished partly by support of undergraduate internships and faculty programs.
LLNL National Ignition Facility (NIF) & Photon Science Student Intern (added Feb 1, 2015)
The NIF and Photon Science Directorate offers continuing students (undergraduate and graduate) and recent grad within one year the opportunity to engage in practical research experience to further their educational goals. The Scholar Internship Program will provide undergraduate and graduate students research opportunities in a large array of fields such as lasers, laser-plasma physics, electro-optics, software development, and optical, x-ray and nuclear instrument development and testing.
LLNL Global Security Student Intern (added Feb 1, 2015)
Global Security (GS) offers continuing students (undergraduate and graduate) and Bachelors or Masters recent graduates within one year the opportunity to engage in practical research experience to further their educational goals. GS’s mission is to provide technology, analysis, and expertise to aid the United States (US) government in preventing the spread or use of weapons of mass destruction. Student(s) will work alongside scientists and engineers. Areas of research may include remote sensing, sensor networks, radiation detection, seismic monitoring, biodetection, cyber security, interactive data mining, and research to support US policy and decision makers in developing strategies for national and international security.
Alabama A&M University(added Feb 1, 2015)
The REU site at historical Alabama A&M University in Huntsville, AL., home of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center and Redstone Arsenal, will offer undergraduate students the opportunity to conduct various types of physics research. Our program is designed especially for juniors and seniors majoring in the STEM fields: sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics. During the 10-week summer program (May 27 - Aug 1), each student will work with physics faculty mentors and graduate students on cutting-edge experiments. Research findings will be reported, lectures and mini-courses attended, and recreational activities enjoyed.
Silicon Valley X-Ray (SVXR)(added Feb 1, 2015)
Message below from the CEO of the company:
My name is Dave Adler, and I'm CEO of SVXR, Inc., a small physics-intensive startup company in San Jose. I would love to find a talented student or recent grad to come work with us on our project. SVXR, which stands for "Silicon Valley X-Ray" is developing a new type of high-resolution x-ray microscope. Our system involves lots of optics, materials physics, mechanical, and x-ray physics. It's a fun project, and could be a great opportunity for a young scientist or engineer eager for responsibility and opportunity. I'd be happy to sponsor a foreign student for their "practical training", or visa, if it's the right person. By the way, we will be paying a competitive salary, plus offer stock options for someone who comes on full-time/permanent.
Frog Tutoring(added Feb 1, 2015)
In the past, we have hired highly qualified tutors, and I want to thank you for educating the students, for they now aid and educate. The new semester is upon us, and as before, we are looking to hire more tutors to continue working with students in the community. I am hoping that before the semester gets too intense, you would be so kind as to forward this message to all students that would be interested in a part-time tutor position.